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Adopt-a-Family

Innovative Solutions for Disadvantage & Disability (ISDD) was founded in 2004 to promote health equity among children living in social and economic disadvantage with or at risk for disability. Their mission is to create healthier outcomes for vulnerable children and families.

ISDD's Project GRANDD Adopt-a-Family Program lightens the load for vulnerable families at Christmas. They provide necessities like food and clothing, toys for the children, and something nice for the grandparents - because they always put themselves last. We want them to know that they are cared about too.

Pebble Tossers volunteers are needed for multiple shifts:


December 10, 9 am -12 pm - sorting and wrapping donated gifts for families. Patillo United Methodist Church (3260 Covington Hwy, Decatur, GA 30032) Minimum age 10 yrs old.
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December 12 - 10 am - 4 pm - arrange donated gift items for families and load into grandparent vehicles. The task is to locate the marked bags for each family and load them into the cars. Families arrive according to a schedule. Donation boxes and bags may contain heavy and bulky items. Minimum age is 18
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December 15 - 10 am - 4 pm - arrange donated gift items for families and load into grandparent vehicles. The task is to locate the marked bags for each family and load them into the cars. Families arrive according to a schedule. Donation boxes and bags may contain heavy and bulky items. Minimum age is 18.
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Location:
Avondale- Patillo United Methodist Church 3260 Covington Hwy, Decatur, GA 30032


Contact Person: Shantell Thomas

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Holiday Love Box Packing and Wrapping Event

The Atlanta Angels need volunteers to help pack Holiday Love Boxes for their foster care community. This project is perfect for volunteers of all ages. Volunteers under the age of 18 must be with an adult.

About the Atlanta Angels: Their mission is to walk alongside children, youth, and families in the foster care community by offering consistent support through intentional giving, relationship building, and mentorship. Through two programs, the Love Box program and Dare to Dream program, their goals are to increase placement stability and relational permanency.


Contact Person: Beth Freeman

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Ronald McDonald House Family Dinner

Since 1979 the Atlanta Ronald McDonald Houses have served more than 48,000 families with ill and injured children receiving medical care nearby. These Houses are built on the simple idea that nothing else should matter when a family is focused on the health of their child not where they can afford to stay, where they will get their next meal or where they will lay their head at night to rest. Volunteers are an essential part of this mission.

For this service opportunity, Pebble Tossers will prepare and serve dinner for the families at the Ronald McDonald House near CHOA at Scottish Rite. Pebble Tossers will provide all of the ingredients, volunteers will make the dinner at the Ronald McDonald House.

All volunteers must be 14 years and older and accompanied by an adult chaperone if under 18 years old. Volunteers 18 and over must wear a mask while in service and show a driver's license or passport at the lobby.

Open Project Registration: Not yet a Pebble Tossers member and would like to participate in this project? Then Click Here to register.

(Pebble Tossers members register for this project by logging in to their Pebble Tossers dashboard, Do Not use the links below).


Contact Person: Chynna Edwards

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Serving Breakfast with Agape Way

Sunday Breakfast with Agape Way is back!

Volunteers serve breakfast to community members in need and experiencing homelessness. Volunteers may also give out seasonal items, hygiene kits and clothing.

Requirements: Volunteers need to bring one case of water to be given out at breakfast. (One case per family if mulitple family members are volunteering). The minimum age to volunteer is 6 and you must be 16 to be without an adult.

The event takes place in the parking lot of Bankhead Wingz so volunteers should dress accordingly. There are no special COVID requirements, but we do encourage volunteers to wear a mask. Community members may not be vaccinated.

Agape Way Ministry is a Christian organization that also shares the gospel with those they serve. Their mission is to love and share fellowship with people who come from the surrounding community.


Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

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